See all your photos

The Photos app in Windows 10 gathers photos from your PC, phone, and other devices, and puts them in one place where you can more easily find what you’re looking for. 

To get started, in the search box on the taskbar, type photos and then select the Photos  app from the results. Or, press Open the Photos app in Windows

Open the Photos app

Find photos fast

Browse your collection by date, album, video projects, people, or folder. Or search to find a specific person, place, or thing. The app recognizes faces and objects in images and adds tags to help you find what you need without endless scrolling. For example, try searching for “beach,” “dog,” or “smile,” or select a face shown in the search pane to see all photos that person is in.

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Fit to one page – Excel

By scaling your worksheet for printing, you can make your data fit to one page. You can shrink your Excel document to fit data on a designated number of pages using the Page Setup option in the Page Layout tab.

Shrink a worksheet to fit on one page

  1. Click Page Layout. Click the small Dialog Box Launcher on the bottom right. This opens up the Page Setup dialog box.

    Page Layout tab

  2. Select the Page tab in the Page Setup dialog box.

    Page Setup dialog box

  3. Select Fit to under Scaling.

  4. To fit your document to print on one page, choose 1 page(s) wide by 1 tall in the Fit to boxes.

    Define the "Fit to" option in the Page Setup dialog box.

    Note: Excel will shrink your data to fit on the number of pages specified. You can also adjust the Fit to numbers

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Exercise During Pregnancy: Safety, Benefits & Guidelines

There are usually many questions that come to mind when planning how to exercise during pregnancy. Physical exercise is a bodily activity that improves or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness. This type of exercise during pregnancy is important and can help with some common discomforts of pregnancy and even help prepare your body for labor and delivery.

Pregnancy Exercises: Safety, Benefits & Guidelines

Overall and in most cases, exercise is safe during pregnancy. You will usually find it is even recommended. Typically, the first rule of thumb is if you were physically active before you were pregnant, it is likely safe to remain active during pregnancy. More than likely, your healthcare provider will tell you to remain active, as long as it is comfortable and there are no other health conditions suggesting otherwise.
Now is not the time to exercise for weight loss, however, proper exercise during

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The Best Time of Day to Exercise for Metabolic Health

The exercise routines were identical, intermingling brief, intense intervals on stationary bicycles one day with easier, longer workouts the next. The exercisers worked out for five consecutive days, while continuing the high-fat diet. Afterward, the researchers repeated the original tests.

The results were somewhat disturbing. After the first five days of fatty eating, the men’s cholesterol had climbed, especially their LDL, the unhealthiest type. Their blood also contained altered levels of certain molecules related to metabolic and cardiovascular problems, with the changes suggesting greater risks for heart disease.

Early-morning exercise, meanwhile, did little to mitigate those effects. The a.m. exercisers showed the same heightened cholesterol and worrisome molecular patterns in their blood as the control group.

Evening exercise, on the other hand, lessened the worst impacts of the poor diet. The late-day exercisers showed lower cholesterol levels after the five workouts, as well as improved patterns of molecules related to

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Active & Passive Voice Lesson Plan: Create a Cartoon in Active or Passive Voice

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Infinitives Lesson Plan | BrainPOP Educators

The BrainPOP ELL movie Probability (L3U4L3) asks what the probability is of getting an orange gumball from the gumball machine? Ben and Moby calculate and discover that it’s not very likely.  What will they do? Can they change their chances? In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 3-8, students will practice using infinitives in listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities as they learn about probability. Activities include predicting what happens and matching sentence halves.

Students will:

  1. Predict events in the movie, using the infinitive form of verbs. (Content Objective)
  2. Match sentence halves with verbs and expressions that are followed by infinitives. (Language Objective)
  3. Complete sentences with verbs followed by infinitives in a listening activity. (Language Objective)


Academic Vocabulary: infinitive, gerund, array, predict

Verbs Followed by Infinitives: ask, agree, appear, convince, decide, hope, plan, promise, remind, tell, want, would like.


For Activity 2, Make a Sentence, print

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First Conditional Lesson Plan | BrainPOP Educators

Clause, condition, result, if, unless, time clause, when, whenever, while, before, after, until, by the time, as soon as


For Activity 1, What if?, make copies of the Fishbone Graphic Organizer, and write examples of first conditional sentences on the board. You can use these examples, or make up your own that are relevant to your students:

If you stay up too late, you will be tired in the morning.
I will miss the school bus if I don’t leave right now.
If it snows, school will close for the day.
We will go see the ballgame if it doesn’t rain.
If the students study, they will do great on the test.
I will bake brownies, if I have all the ingredients.
She will get the lead role in the play if she sings well at the audition.
If the football team works hard, they will win the

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At-Home Fitness News Discussion Prompts and Pause Points

Before the Movie:


Why is getting exercise important, even during the Covid-19 pandemic?  (Tap prior knowledge)


During the Movie (Pause Points):


Stop at the following times in the movie and ask questions or prompt a discussion to keep students focused and to assess their understanding before moving on:


Timecode 0:59: What are some benefits of exercise, and why has it been challenging to get active? (Identify cause/effect; Identify problem/solution)

Timecode 1:26: Why is it a good idea to check with a grown-up before you start your workout? (Explain)

Timecode 4:00: How does the Deck of Cards Workout game work? What are the steps? And what are some ways you can change it up? (Identify steps in a process; Explain)



After the Movie:


Look at the four related movies at the bottom of the page. Explain how each is connected to

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CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.3.4 Archives | BrainPOP Educators

Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning word and phrases based on grade 3 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.

Harriet Tubman Lesson Plan: Identify Character Traits

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In this lesson plan, students use BrainPOP Jr. resources to learn about Harriet Tubman. They’ll discover how she escaped slavery, and later risked her life to lead others to freedom as a conductor on …

Harriet Tubman Lesson Plan: Diary Entry

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In this lesson plan, students use BrainPOP Jr. resources to learn about Harriet Tubman. They’ll discover how she escaped slavery, and later risked her life to lead others to freedom as a conductor on …

Long U Grade 3 Lesson Plan: Write About It

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In this lesson plan, third graders use BrainPOP Jr.

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CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.6 Archives | BrainPOP Educators

Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks, demonstrating command of formal English when indicated or appropriate. (See grades 9–10 Language standards 1 and 3 here for specific expectations.)

Conducting an Interview Lesson Plan: Interview an Expert

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 3-12, students explore BrainPOP features and resources to discover how to plan for and conduct an effective and meaningful interview. Then they will use what …

Shakespeare Lesson Plan: To Video or Not To Video? That is the Question!

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In this multi-day lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 9-12, students use BrainPOP resources to explore the life and works of William Shakespeare. Students will choose a scene from Macbeth (or a…

Human Interaction with the Environment Lesson Plan: Creating Video Documentaries

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In this environment lesson

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